AMERICANS WILL SPEND MONEY TO SAVE TIME

:A new Harris Poll finds that folks are so sick of waiting they’d easily pay more to speed things along69% of people would gladly spend extra money to shorten wait times, with folks, on average, willing to spend 21% extraAmericans alone would be willing to spend 29% more, with that number going up to 40% for Millennials 

They say time is money, which may be the reason lots of folks are willing to spend money not to have their time wasted. A new Harris Poll finds that folks are so sick of waiting that they’d easily pay more to speed things along.

The international survey finds that 69% of people would gladly spend extra money to shorten wait times for products and experiences, with folks, on average, willing to spend 21% extra. When it comes to the U.S. alone, that number goes up to 29%, with Millennials the most anxious, willing to spend 40% above the regular price to get faster customer service

Overall, Americans are wiling to pay the most to speend things up, with folks in he UK willing to spend 23% more, while those in France would pay 18% and those in Germany would spend 15%. 

Meanwhile, the same survey finds that Americans aren’t exactly being careful with their personal data. In fact, 53% of Americans would gladly share their personal data with a company that will personalize service or products based on that data, while only 43% of those in the UK, 39% of those in Germany, and 36% of those in France say the same.

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